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The TCPA Year in Review: New Precedent re Challenges to Unwanted Calls, Texts, & Faxes
2017 saw hundreds of new decisions and FCC actions interpreting the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which provides significant statutory damages for unwanted calls, texts, and faxes. This article outlines the TCPA issues that received the greatest attention in 2017.
Too often those who are least able to afford it are taken advantage of at tax time. Now that 2017 tax returns can be filed, this article provides six important areas of advice for clients.
This article examines new bankruptcy rule amendments, effective December 1, that significantly alter chapter 13 practice. The new rules affect the form of the chapter 13 plan, procedures for valuing and voiding liens, filing deadlines for creditor proofs of claim, objections to proofs of claims, and objections to plan confirmation.
The Ninth Circuit, on December 27th, ruled that the Federal Arbitration Act does not apply to check diversion company arbitration agreements, because the agreements are, in effect, required by the state. This article explains the ruling and its significant implications for the enforceability of arbitration requirements involving criminal justice debt.
The leading FCRA treatise now includes 2017 changes to reporting of public records data and medical debt, credit freezes and thaws, and thousands of new decisions. Fair Credit Reporting Print + Digital Subscribers will receive copies mid-November; all subscribers have digital access now. Learn more about what’s included, or begin reading Chapter One for free.
The latest changes in credit reporting resulting from CFPB actions and those of the state attorneys general, as well as thousands of new FCRA court decisions. Try out Fair Credit Reporting at no charge by reading Chapter One here.
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